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US Congress Loves Being Lied to about the Israel-Palestine Conflict…

  Jul 16, 2011  | Intifada Palestine when the truth is so easy to discover There is only one thing worse that being lied to, Congress. And that’s acting on a lie. Hamas prime minister, Ismail Haniyeh, within days of being elected, offered long-term peace if Israel recognised Palestine as an independent state on 1967 […]

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Muddle and mixed messages precede Palestinian bid for UN recognition

  By Stuart Littlewood * | Sabbah Report | http://www.sabbah.biz | Jun 11, 2011 There are hundreds of thousands – perhaps millions – of dedicated pro-Palestinian activists out there waiting, straining at the leash, hoping for a call from the Palestinian leadership to mobilize, get stuck in, set the mood and pave the way for […]

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Palestinians must urgently mobilize world civil society support for September’s UN recognition bid

By Stuart Littlewood * | Sabbah Report | http://www.sabbah.biz | June 5, 2011 I hope the grey suits in the Palestinian Authority (PA) regularly receive ICAHD’s monthly newsletter – ICAHD being Jeff Halper’s excellent organization, the Israeli Campaign Against House Demolitions. And I especially hope they pay close attention to the June edition just out, […]

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Snap Your Fingers at Israel, Mr. Cameron

(An open letter to the British Prime Minister) By Stuart Littlewood Dear Prime Minister, I see your image is splashed across the main page of the Conservative Friends of Israel website and your words warmly endorse that country and its regime. Your loyal lieutenant, the foreign secretary William Hague, cancelled the Syrian ambassador’s Royal Wedding […]

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Britain cherry-picks which war criminals to prosecute and where to impose no-fly zones

Posted by Stuart Littlewood on Saturday, March 5, 2011 at 4:00 pm. By Stuart Littlewood * | Sabbah Report | http://www.sabbah.biz After maintaining a deafening silence about Israel’s atrocities against civilians, Britain suddenly wants a “day of reckoning” for war criminals – as long as they are Libyan. While protestors’ attempts to oust Gaddafi and […]

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